posts tagged garage-rock

7/27/17 // The Off-White Get Pickled With Pickle Juice (And Answer Some Questions)

The Off White know how to launch a road trip in style: chasing whiskey with brine. | read

4/17/17 // Ruth Carp & The Fish Heads

Meet Australia-based band Ruth Carp & The Fish Heads—their newest album ‘Can Men Like Us Go To Heaven?’ is premiering on this week's The Music Meetup! | read

2/18/17 // Being Cheesy with King Pizza Records

Founder of King Pizza Records Greg Hanson talks with BTRtoday about creating a community through a record label. | read

11/14/16 // Slothrust

Slothrust is a classic example of a band of talented artists shredding their instruments and producing some must-hear garage/indie/rock’n’roll tunes! | read

10/27/16 // The Mummies at Music Hall of Williamsburg

The classic garage punk rock group The Mummies played in Brooklyn this week and it was a gloriously spooky time! | read

7/29/16 // Dulls

Meet Dulls, the Philadelphia-based group inspired by your favorite ‘90’s grunge bands. They’ll hit you hard with nostalgia, all while simultaneously giving you music like nothing you’ve heard before! | read

4/6/16 // Battle of the Garages, Vol. 99

As I walk down memory lane... I come across many GARAGE/PUNK hit songs from the 80s, 90s, and today! And today, I play some of them for you. Check out these killer classics from old bands like The Rantouls, The Cave Weddings, The Romance Novels, as well as tunes from even older bands like The… | listen

4/13/15 // Discovery Corner on BTR

Hello and welcome to Discovery Corner on BTR! This week we'll be checking out Magpies--a band based out of Missoula, Montana that's equal parts garage fuzz meltdowns and bittersweet harmonies and hooks. | listen

4/3/15 // Mope Grooves

Stevie Pohlman from Portland-based rock band Mope Grooves sits down with BTR to talk about abandoned high schools, best-friend yetis, and making mix-tapes for 13-year-olds. Mope Grooves recently finished a US tour and is planning to reissue their last release, 'Weird Girls'. | read

11/22/14 // The Saturday Show

We have some excellent brand new music on the show for you today, from two exciting bands: Team Spirit and Energy Slime.  Plus, have you checked out our Facebook page recently?  If you like the music you hear on the show and you want to hear MORE of it, then you have to head on over to our… | listen

9/21/13 // The Music Digest

Today we review the debut solo album from Jonathan Rado, one of the lead members of Foxygen. Law and Order, an ambitious production, was released on September 3rd by Woodsist Records. Rado covers a variety of genres including soul, funk, garage rock, 60s psychedelia, country folk, and noise in the… | listen

2/25/13 // - MMOSS

MMOSS isn't afraid to freak out, get loud, and let their rhythms bounce like tennis balls on steel sheets. | read

12/24/12 // ENCORE: Shark? (Christmas Special)

Don’t doubt Brooklyn four-piece Shark? despite their unusually punctuated name. They blend scruffy garage-rock and riotous post-punk for music that swerves from catchy lo-fi hooks to wild distorted yelping in the blink of an eye. The band — made up of Kevin Diamond (vocals/guitar), Andy Swerdlow… | watch

12/17/12 // - Murals

Friends from Kentucky who have successfully turned their social chemistry and mutual artistic interests into an off-kilter garage rock band. | read

7/20/12 // FIDLAR

FIDLAR (an acronym for “Fuck It Dog Life’s A Risk) is a group of Los Angeles party rockers with a devil may care attitude; their songs advocate a hedonistic lifestyle of indulgence in the important things --- partying, sex and skating. Finishing up a recent tour with The Hives, FIDLAR was… | watch

5/28/12 // Night Manager

Night Manager is a fuzzed-out grunge band from Brooklyn who play reverb-soaked songs packed with psychedelic, piercing riffs and the soaring, engrossing vocals of frontwoman Caitlin Seager. With a sound reminiscent of Bleach-era Nirvana, the five-piece outfit specializes in retro pop melodies… | watch

5/2/12 // “Hong Kong Blondes” by The Banjees

The Banjees are an indie-rock band from Brooklyn. The four-piece — made up of Thompson Davis, Nick Barone, Peter Goldberg and Chris Rominger — blend lo-fi and 60s pop for fun, jangly music. On this episode of BTR Hear & There, they perform a frenetic, catchy new song called “Hong Kong… | watch

4/30/12 // “Double Dipper” by Beast Make Bomb

Beast Make Bomb’s lo-fi pop melodies fuse gritty punk and 90s indie rock, sounding similar to the fuzzy, yet sweet tones of modern-day acts Dum Dum Girls and Best Coast. Their songs swim in a cool, laid-back vibe, yet are remarkably and undeniably catchy. Since winning Converse’s “Get Out of… | watch

4/23/12 // Night Manager

Night Manager is a fuzzed-out grunge band from Brooklyn who play reverb-soaked songs packed with psychedelic, piercing riffs and the soaring, engrossing vocals of frontwoman Caitlin Seager. With a sound reminiscent of Bleach-era Nirvana, the five-piece outfit specializes in retro pop melodies… | watch

4/18/12 // “Three Car Garage” by You Won’t

Here we present an extra video from our BTR Live Studio session with You Won’t, featuring a performance of their song, “Three Car Garage.” | watch

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